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... a cruise ship that happens to carry cars. Rates are cheap because they carry a lot of cars and people but also because they are booze cruises. The alcohol taxes are so high that people many times take ferries just to buy a month or 2 supply of alcohol at the duty free stores onboard.
What does that mean for us? It meant that we got a cabin on a 12 hour ferry with a smorgasbord meal with unlimited wine for under $140 total. A simple meal here can cost that. And ...
For the past two weeks I've started every day walking to my SFI (Swedish for Immigrants) classes in central Stockholm. I usually leave our house at around 7:20 to allow myself some extra time to enjoy the beauty of the morning.
It is always hectic when I leave the train in the Central Station....you must go up one flight from the tunnelbana and then walk through ...
... I had my first beer in Europe and a delicious plate of herring and mashed potatoes while Carina enjoyed the most amazing Swedish meatballs. I don't know if the food was that good or if we were so hungry and wanted a meal better than airplane food, but we were in Swedish heaven! Eventually jet lag set in and we returned to our 16-bed hostel to attempt a full night of sleep.
It was a full day in Sweden and an introduction to a beautiful city!
... You can enjoy a beer, wine, coffee or food in here and I guarantee you will enjoy the experience. After all the food, ale and red wine we were done for the day and went back to the hotel to enjoy a long sleep. Monday 5 May Up reasonably early, check-out of the hotel (leaving our bags for the day). We grab some breakfast from a local bakery and sit by the waterfront to appreciate the views. The sun is shining and it’s a beautiful day. It’s difficult not to feel good ...
Trivia! Heated car seats in the Volvo.(it is only 5 degrees today) Heated hand rails in the railway station. Children ice skating outdoors in the centre of the city. Being asked on the bus "How old are you?" , then being given pensioner tickets without showing I.D. Paying $2 a time to use super clean unisex toilets. Travelling on the airport train at 200 km/hour. New Volvos in a car yard with individual , tailored "coats" to keep the snow off the new paintwork. Huge ...